Divers who have been lucky enough to see a mola mola underwater don’t soon forget the experience. And despite the animal’s size, mola mola — also known as moonfish and ocean sunfish — are not easy to spot.
Have you ever thought about what it might be like to dive with no eyesight? I hadn’t either until I took a Disabled Divers Instructor course.
When it comes to diving, the uses for knots are numerous. Here we’ll explain a few essential knots that every diver should know.
It will come as no surprise to those of us with small feet that finding fins can be difficult. Here are a few tips to help you find fins that fit.
On a good day, divers can see several big reef mantas swimming over the station while divers hovering at the bottom of the station in 30 to 40 feet (10 to 12 m).
Even though inflating one may not seem like a skill you’ll need to use early in your diving career, it absolutely could be, so it’s important to know what to do.